Let It Go

Album: Let It Go (2012)
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  • Let it go

    We get a little faded the colors go
    Running out of all our clothes
    And the flash don't light when the battery's low

    When you could stamp a foot down through the floor
    It's a better plan by far
    To blow off the roof and let in the dark
    So we better get started

    And if I were you, I'd let go
    And feel it all over inside like a chemical
    'Cause to tell the truth
    I don't know
    If it's ever over

    We don't need a cure for the weight of the world
    'Cause it's floating round in the universe
    Just swing it like it's tied by a string that you hold
    And let it go

    We could dig a hole right down into
    Somewhere as deep as black and blue
    And fill it with a crowd and the sound of right now

    And we could carve a tunnel under
    And find out just how low it goes, it goes
    And we run out of dirt on the other side when we see the light

    Well if I were you, I'd look up
    And find a place there in the sky where there's room enough
    To spread it out, and look 'round
    For where to land when you come down

    We don't need a cure for the weight of the world
    'Cause it's floating round in the universe
    Just swing it like it's tied by a string that you hold
    And let it go

    Let it go
    Let it go

    When you could stamp a foot down through the floor
    It's a better plan by far
    To blow off the roof and let in the dark, let in the dark, dark, dark
    So we better get started, started, started
    Yeah we better get started, started, started

    We don't need a cure for the weight of the world
    'Cause it's floating round in the universe
    Just swing it like it's tied by a string that you hold
    And let it go

    Let it go
    Let it go
    Let it go

    Let it go
    Let it go
    Let it go
    Let it go Writer/s: Daniel Groome Kurtz, Lucas C Luke Scheppingen Van, Martina Sorbara
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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